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Bolt-Cutter.

Bolt-Cutter.

Date: June 16, 1896
Creator: Hagelstein, Christ
Description: Patent for a bolt cutter made up of "a stationary cutter and two movable cutters operated by levers adapted to come in contact with the edge of the stationary cutter, with plates and bolts for securing the same together in proper position" (lines 12-16). The purpose of the invention is to cut the useless ends off bolts.
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Bolt for Doors.

Bolt for Doors.

Date: June 26, 1860
Creator: Bonney, N. W.
Description: Patent for the improvement of bolt locks on double doors using a lever lock for safety and ease of locking and unlocking one or both doors, including illustration.
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Bolt Lock.

Bolt Lock.

Date: October 18, 1881
Creator: Berry, John T.
Description: Patent for a new and improved bolt-lock. This design is for a flat piece of metal (the "lock") that secures the head of the bolt so that, when the adjoining nut becomes rusted, the nut and bolt can be successfully separated without damaging the surrounding material.
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Bolting Reel.

Bolting Reel.

Date: March 27, 1883
Creator: Phillips, Edwin Samuel & Kealy, Stephen Alexander
Description: Patent for a new and improved bolting-reel. This design "relate[s] to bolting-reels for flour-mills; and the invention consists in certain novel features of construction, having for their object to obtain lightness, strength, compactness, and cheapness of manufacture, as more particularly set forth hereinafter" (lines 8-13).
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Book-Holder for Reading-Stands.

Book-Holder for Reading-Stands.

Date: August 21, 1894
Creator: Anderson, Francis John & Irick, William Madison
Description: Patent for "a book holder especially designed to receive large books for reference, such as a dictionary for example, and to so construct the mechanism of the holder that a cradle will be provided for the reception of the book, which cradle will be adapted to be carried upward and outward from the holder in a manner which will bring the book in proper position for consultation, and which mechanism will also act to lower the book, without jar or injury to it, within the holder when the book is no longer required." (Lines 14-26) Includes instructions and illustrations.
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BOOK-RACK

BOOK-RACK

Date: July 6, 1880
Creator: Murphy, James
Description: Patent for a book rack that can be used as book-rest.
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Book-Rest for Writing Desks and Tables.

Book-Rest for Writing Desks and Tables.

Date: October 3, 1882
Creator: Terrill, Reuben W.
Description: Patent for an improved book-rest for writing desks and tables used to support record-books upon desks or tables in such positions that they can be conveniently used.
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Book-Sewing Machine.

Book-Sewing Machine.

Date: July 16, 1867
Creator: Sims, Ferdinand
Description: Patent for improvements in book sewing machines, the descriptions are included by figures.
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Book-Support.

Book-Support.

Date: August 23, 1892
Creator: Muir, James Alfred
Description: Patent for improvements in book support: "book are held in an upright position on the shelves" (lines 9-10).
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Book-Support.

Book-Support.

Date: January 19, 1897
Creator: Barnes, William A.
Description: Patent for a book-support made to hold large, heavy books used in commercial and government offices. The platforms can be moved up and down by a crank on the side of the support.
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